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May 14, 2021

In This Issue
Governor Announces Maine Will Follow New CDC Guidance on Masks for Fully Vaccinated People
FDA Adds Adolescents Age 12 Through 15 to Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine EUA
AMA Pledges in New Plan to Dismantle Causes of Health Inequities
Vaccine Ordering Open to All MIP-approved COVID Vaccine Providers Through Maine CDC
Another Busy Week for Maine Medical Association Legislative Advocacy
MMA Mary Cushman, MD Award for Humanitarian Service
Tufts Maine Track Class of 2021
UNECOM
This Week’s Top Articles from JAMA Network
SUPPORT for ME Training and Technical Assistance Initiative
Maine Community Action Partnership is Working for a Successful Vaccine Roll Out for All
A Message from Maine Responds: Volunteer Opportunity
MAINE LEGISLATURE
Maine Medical Association State Legislative Priorities Update
Next MMA Legislative Call Will Be Wednesday, May 19th
UPCOMING EVENTS
Upcoming Specialty Society Meetings
NAMI Maine June Workshop: Suicide Assessment & Management for Clinical Staff
AAP EQIPP Course: Immunizations - Strategies for Success (for RURAL Health Providers)
New Maine AAP Educational Webinar Series
SBIRT/EFFECTIVE CONVERSATION TRAINING - Saturday, May 15th, 8:30am
2021 PREVENTION PROFESSIONALS CONFERENCE: Striving for Inclusive Prevention During the Pandemic and Beyond May 18-19, 2021
Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health Annual Meeting May 21-25
Maine Opioid Prescribing Legal Update May 25, 2021
HEALTHCARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Medical Director / Physician
Finance Director for Islands Community Medical Services

 
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Maine Community Action Partnership is Working for a Successful Vaccine Roll Out for All


After the grueling toll of pandemic life, there are some very clear bright spots. Three vaccines are approved and all back online and being rolled out. In fact, Maine is ranked among the top in the nation for vaccination rates.
Additionally, science and medical experts are the trusted message and messengers for COVID-19 education. In a recent national survey, the most trusted messengers regarding the COVID-19 vaccines are medical professionals and vaccinated family members. However, a majority of Mainers report that they have not consulted their doctors with their questions about the safety and efficacy of vaccines. Now is a great time for physicians and medical providers to reach out via social media, post cards, school and community events to keep the dialogue open. If you would like to speak at a community forum, contact MeCAP at info@mecap.org.
 
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